BlitzPredict, a blockchain-powered sports information aggregator with a focus on sports betting markets, has posted a 29-19 record for a 60% success rate in World Cup competition to date based on its analytics model. The Las Vegas-based company also has – click to read more.
California passed a broad digital privacy law similar to the GDPR, considered one of the most significant regulations overseeing the data-collection practices of technology companies in the United States. GDPR – Fix it Fast: Apply GDPR to Your Company in – click to read more.
JobSnap, the first web app video interviewing software platform helping Generation Z in underutilized communities enter the workforce by telling their story via 30-second videos using swipe technology based on geo location, announced a significant funding milestone from the City – click to read more.
CarBlip a new car buying platform announced the launch of its mobile app in the Southern California market. The revolutionary app is a direct-to-dealer, communication based platform with live inventory and features allowing users to negotiate the price of a – click to read more.
Eszylfie Taylor has defied the odds to become the country’s leading and African American financial advisor. Mr. Taylor was recently chosen as the face of LinkedIn where he was featured for his remarkable story in national commercials and billboards. Amazon.com – click to read more.
We get it. Being your own boss is hard. Everywhere you turn you’re being told to build a website, make a logo, optimize your SEO, develop an app, create a chatbot, write a press release – the list goes on – click to read more.
A researcher from LA BioMed has been awarded $688,013 in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health to improve newborn infant screening. The proposal by Rie Sakai-Bizmark, MD, PhD, MPH is entitled “Newborn Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Disease – click to read more.
The Chairman of the California Assembly’s Communications and Conveyance committee, Miguel Santiago, decided to amend California’s promising net neutrality bill, SB 822, before it was even discussed in committee. SB 822, originally written and sponsored by Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), – click to read more.